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Carlson Labs Salmon Oil Complete Soft Gels, 180 Count


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  • Easy-to-swallow soft gels
  • Offers a full range of omegas
  • Fresh, fully potent and free of detrimental levels of mercury, cadmium, lead, PCB's and 28 other contaminants
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Carlson Labs Norwegian virgin salmon oil complete soft gels contains 1 gram(1000 mg) of fish oil extracted from salmon and other fish found in the deep, unpolluted waters near Norway. Easy-to-swallow soft gels. Offers a full range of omegas. Fresh, fully potent and free of detrimental levels of mercury, cadmium, lead, PCB's and 28 other contaminants.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 5.2 x 5.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B009V48Q2K
  • UPC: 088395183409
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #278,977 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jaybird on March 23, 2014
Size Name: 240 Softgels
If you call it "salmon oil," people generally assume that they are buying salmon oil. In this case, got to read the fine print on those ingredients, which most people are not going to feel the need to do. Since the supplement industry is not governed by any standards in labeling, we need to not assume. There are no "known" standards for percentages of anything, i.e. if something is 50% salmon oil, do they get to call it "salmon oil?" What about 40% or 80%? There is no guideline right now.

I bought this at Whole Foods, but when I read the label at home, took it back. There's nothing wrong with mixed fish oil, but only if that's what you intended to buy. They are slightly bumping up the omega-3 by mixing sardine, mackerel and anchovy oil in with the salmon. It's cheaper for Carlson and they can make money in the lucrative salmon oil market. Simple.

I have no doubt that MANY folks are buying this oil thinking it's 100% salmon oil, when it's not. And why shouldn't they think that? They might be better off calling it "Salmon and Fish Oil Blend" to be more clear and avoid confusion, misrepresentation and disappointment, i.e. returns. Plus, none of it is from wild caught salmon (or anything else), so there's that issue as well if you care about where your fish comes from (more and more folks do).

Bottom line? Just like their "salmon oil" this "salmon oil complete" is not what it appears to be. Go to Carlson's website and check for yourself. Personally, I prefer Solgar Wild Alaskan Full Spectrum Omega Supplement, 120 Count as a great, natural source of omega-3s.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Anderson on May 5, 2013
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Based on my research collected from 2 of the best independent sources for fish oil review: The International Fish Oil Standards Program (IFOS) and Consumer Lab.

First of all, I'm going with the natural (TG) form of fish oil over the artificial (EE) form of fish oil for a few reasons: #1 I am not worried about contaminants in this product. #2 I want the benefits from the natural compounds lost in the EE conversion process. #3 TG absorption of Omega3s is slightly better than EE (when taken without a meal containing fatty foods).

IFOS:
The following data is from the IFOS review of this product (Carlson Labs Virgin Salmon Oil Complete), which does not expire until 07/2016, which means their test was done recently:
Omegas:
EPA 182 mg/softgel.
DHA 160 mg/softgel.
Total Omega-3s 431 mg/softgel.
Toxins:
PCB 2.3 ppb
Dioxins And Furans 0.198 ppt
Dioxin Like PCB's 0.279 ppt
These numbers are some of the highest Omega-3s per softgel, as well as lowest toxins per softgel, that I came across for natural (TG) fish oil (although, the high Omega-3 content is partially because these softgels contain 1250mg while most others only have 1000mg).

Consumer Lab:
This product (Salmon Oil Complete) was unfortunately not specifically tested by Consumer Lab, but a very similar product was (Super Omega-3 Gems). Consumer Lab found that Super Omega-3 Gems matched the claims made by Carlson. The price per 100mg of Omega-3s was also found to be very well priced compared to other fish oils. It also passed purity and freshness tests. Also, "Carlson Laboratories was ranked as the top rated fish oil brand based on consumer satisfaction. These results were based on responses from over 10,000 ConsumerLab.com e-Newsletter subscribers collected in November and December of 2012".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey N. Powell on October 21, 2013
Size Name: 240 Softgels Verified Purchase
My alternative doctor recommended this to me years ago because it is a very "clean" source of Omegas. We have used this for 8 years now and it keeps our bodies healthy.
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